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Hello! I'm approaching PyFlux to build a geometry for simulating a magnetic bearing. I've already built the geometry through the Flux user interface. Does Flux return a PyFlux code linked to what I've done through the user interface?


Thank you very much! 

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Hi Salvator,


Yes, you can find all the command in a file in the working directory :


Flux3D_log.py  if you use 3D module

Flux2D_log.py if you use 2D module


You can also find it in the .FLU repository (in "persistent" repository)



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